Space of Waist began to take their music more seriously, they practiced regularly and built up a powerful repertoire of songs. Frustrated from not getting any where Space of Waist decided to put on a independent gig to raise money for charity. 150 people turned up and over £500 was raised. Fueled by this gig they began to look for venues and promoters. After sending a demo Wagdog Promotions, gigs started to come in at local venues the Finn and Firkin (now the Hibernian) and the Old Railway. More and more gigs came and went and the band developed a small following (consisting mainly of cross).
In January 2002 the Space of waist Crew/Posse gained their first headline show since the the Charity gig almost a year previously. All though it was a small venue, a good turn out was present for the 3 support bands (Betsy, Ian Kirkbride, and Psychonation). After being told that they only had a half hour set, Space of Waist had to modify their now renowned set list. As there was 3 support bands, Dave and Rich decided to get really really stoned and together as a band produced their greatest gig to date. The small crowed watched with jaw-dropping and spine-tingling amazement as Space of Waist tore through a powerful set of melodic hardcore that their devoted fans (crossy) have come to know and love.
With more gigs and a full length album on the way (due to the help of 'Thinking') Space of Waist look set for stardom. Black Sabbath step aside, their are some new brummies in town!!!!!
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